Tag Archives: SPP

Battle for Hong Kah North SMC – A lesson to be learnt on Polling Day

By GS The best performing result in General Elections 2011, at 70.6% of the vote share (i.e. 18,149 votes out of 25,702), Hong Kah North’s 28,131 constituents seem to be strongly on the side of the current Member of Parliament, Dr Amy Khor, of the People’s Action Party (PAP). Singapore People’s Party (SPP) candidate, Mr Ravi Philemon, is currently challenging …

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“I have reconciled with the Chiams. The hatchet is buried.” – Ben Pwee

Shortly after the General Election in 2011, Benjamin Pwee left the Singapore People’s Party (SPP) in a less than amicable manner. He cited irreconcilable differences with the leadership of the Chiams as one of the reasons for his departure from the party under which banner he contested the seat of Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC. Standing alongside Mr Chiam See Tong, SPP’s …

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SPP’s Labour Day message

In SPP’s Labour Day Message, Mr Chiam See Tong calls for greater salary growth, increased bargaining power and more investment in human resources. The statement can be read in full below. My fellow Singaporeans, Labour Day is a celebration of the working classes. We should not only recognize the contributions of workers – pledges must be made to better protect …

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